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Make a date to snap up Munlochy Animal Aid calendar before it's too late; Rescued dogs feature in Black Isle shelter trailblazer which will help raise vital funds

By Hector MacKenzie

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CALENDARS created to support a popular Ross-shire animal shelter are set to appear on the walls of many animal lovers this year.

Munlochy Animal Aid is reporting brisk business for its first ever calendar with two out of three boxes it ordered already snapped up.

It features dogs rescued from the centre which has helped provide a second chance for hundreds of animals down the years.

Iona Nicol, the Black Isle shelter's stalwart, paid tribute to everyone who had bought one to date.

Funds raised will go towards supporting the work of the shelter, which relies on fundraising and donations.

Ms Nicol said: "Thank you to everyone who has purchased our very first calendar. We only have one left so we are delighted with the support. Don't be disappointed if you are planning ordering one. Get it now before they are gone."

It can be bought from this linkYou can purchase from this link People are asked to leave postage details if they want it sent out.

Iona Nicol with her latest book.
Iona Nicol with her latest book.

The shelter is also selling the Munlochy Animal Aid book full of stories from life at the centre last year. Loving and Living with animals was written by Ms Nicol, who has a wealth of stories to tell. It can be ordered here .

The items can also be picked up at the centre but that has to be done by appointment to protect staff and volunteers. 😊

Ms Nicol added: "We are also awaiting patiently for our first year of Charity Christmas Cards to arrive.We will post details of these once they are delivered."

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Do you have a fundraising Ross-shire themed calendar you'd like to tell others about? Drop us a line at hector.mackenzie@hnmedia.co.uk

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